Description - Moonlight Plains by Barbara Hannay
The title of this book is Moonlight Plains and is written by author Barbara Hannay. The book Moonlight Plains is published by Penguin Books Australia. The ISBN of this book is 9781921901928 and the format is Paperback. The publisher has not provided a book description for Moonlight Plains by Barbara Hannay.
(234mm x 154mm x 28mm)
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Book Review: Moonlight Plains by Barbara Hannay - Reviewed by Ronnie293 (31 Aug 2014)
When Luke meets Sally at a 1940's style dance there is an instant attraction. Sally, still grieving after the sudden death of her husband, makes it clear to Luke she is not interested in a relationship. However when Luke invites her to see " Moonlight Plains" , the homestead he is renovating, she falls instantly in love with it asking if she can do a feature article, for a magazine, on his renovation project. Thus begins their tumultuous relationship. 1942 - Kitty Martin aged 19 has seen her long time friend, Andy, off to war. But when the American soldiers come to Townsville, Kitty is sent off to her great uncles country homestead "Moonlight Plains" by her overly strict Grandfather to keep her out of harms way. However, one evening when Kitty is alone on the homestead the war comes to Moonlight Plains when two American airmen crash land on the farm. Kitty grabs a lantern and goes in search of the planes. When she finds Americans Ed Langley and Bobby Kowalski little does she know she will see first hand the tragedy of war, find love and lose it. As the past and present collide long held secrets are uncovered that could tear this family apart.
The big secret was guessed well and truly before the end of the story but this wasn't meant to be a story with a jaw dropping twist. It was a beautiful story of love, found and lost, of sacrifice, of family. I was more drawn towards the historical side of the story because I love stories about the war and how people’s lives were during and after the war. It was extra pleasing to read a war story with an Australian flavour. I highly recommend this light easy read that will bring tears to your eyes on more than one occasion.